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Hi I'm Victoria

I play guitar, piano, and sing. I'm more than a little bit crazy... and I'm a Mormon :)

About Me

I'm a high school student taking classes to become a history teacher, and I love my family. I'm the oldest of four insane children that are always making me smile. I love to play piano, guitar, and to sing like a rock star when no one is around. Lately I've been experimenting with photography and photo editing, and it's pretty much awesome

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church, so I've always had a knoweldge of the gospel. However, it wasn't really true to me until I started the seminary program in high school, and, more importantly, read and studied the Book of Mormon for the first time. The Holy Ghost testified to me strongly that this book and religion were true, and I've never doubted since then. Every day since that moment, my testimony has grown stronger and stronger as I learn more about the gospel.

How I live my faith

I live my faith daily just by following the example that Christ set in his life and ministry. I believe that we can all bear our testimony through our actions, and the small and simple choices that we make during our day define us as individuals, and followers of God. I attend church and youth group every week, go to seminary at school daily, and read my scriptures and pray every night. I know that this helps me to withstand the trials that God has in store for me, and has made me a stronger, better person.

What is being a Mormon like?

Victoria
Being a Mormon is one of the most amazing experiences ever. It allows me to be happy no matter what I'm going through, and it provides me with comfort always. Contrary to popular belief, I never feel like I'm "missing out" because I'm mormon- I honestly am so much happier knowing that I'm making good decisions and living the standards set by our church. Show more Show less